Author:Edward Hovell-Thurlow

Edward Hovell-Thurlow

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  • Hermilda in Palestine: The first canto, and part of the second; with other poems (1812)
  • Poems on Several Occasions (1813) (external scan)
  • An Appendix to Poems On Several Occasions (1813) (external scan)
  • Althea: a poem (1813)
  • Ariadne : a poem in three parts (1814)
  • Moonlight; the Doge's Daughter; Ariadne; Carmen Britannicum, or the Song of Britain; Angelica, or the Rape of Proteus (1814)
  • Carmen Britannicum: or the song of Britain; written in honour of his Royal Highness George Augustus Frederick Prince Regent (1814)
  • The Doge's Daughter: A poem. in two cantos: with several translations from Anacreon and Horace (1814)
  • Moonlight, a Poem: with Several Copies of Verses (1814) (transcription project)
  • Select Poems of Edward Hovel Thurlow, Lord Thurlow (1816) (external scan)
  • The Sonnets of Edward, Lord Thurlow (1819)
  • The Knight's Tale, and, The Flower and the Leaf: after Geoffrey Chaucer (1822) (external scan)
  • Arcita and Palamon: After The excellent poet, Geoffrey Chaucer (1822)
  • Angelica; or, The rape of Proteus: A masque (1822)

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  • The Defense of Poesy ... To which are prefixed several copies of verses (1811), by Sir Philip Sidney

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Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1929, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

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